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    Hello guys I ask you if it is possible to export the markers form Edius in txt so I can import them in Encore?
    Thanks

  • #2
    if Encore has a marker import function, then yes you can with the free marker export plugin
    http://matsab.de/index.php/en/markerexporter-en
    Anton Strauss
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    • #3
      You can export a CSV file from the timeline in the marker Window. However, Encore does not have a chapter import option so its no use. I still export the CSV, then have it open next to Encore, type in the timecode into Encore and then press * to add a chapter.
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      • #4
        I do all of the chapter points manually in Encore. It is fairly quick and painless. If it doesn't matter where they are placed, there is an auto add function that spaces them by time.
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        • #5
          Thanks to All i I'l try the plugin that Antons Mentioned..

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          • #6
            The exporter works great...with Authoring Works. Encore does not have any way to import chapter markers.

            This and the 'no changing progressive timelines to DVD timelines in Edius' design have been a huge thorn in my side because DVD will never die!
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            • #7
              Originally posted by roxynik View Post
              Hello guys I ask you if it is possible to export the markers form Edius in txt so I can import them in Encore?
              Thanks
              There are two automated tools to transfer EDIUS Sequence marker into Encore CS6 chapter marker

              1. Macro Generator - Walter Eng, Italy
              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoki0cSXWNI

              2. Encore chapter converter - Michael Schleider
              Converter tool is part of the "Aufbaukurs 3" from Gavin Lucas

              Tutorial for both tools (german only):
              http://www.dvd-lernkurs.de/videobear...urs-3-dvd.html
              http://www.onscreentraining.com/video-editing

              Originally posted by Bassman View Post
              Encore does not have any way to import chapter markers.
              Both tools are transfering EDIUS Sequence marker into Encore chapter marker

              Eric
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              • #8
                Thanks for posting Eric. I was familiar with the Macro Generator using subtitles, but have not seen the other method by Michael Schleider.

                Do you have any information as I can not find any mention of this utility on the Edius training video website you linked to.

                Thanks.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Bassman View Post
                  Do you have any information as I can not find any mention of this utility on the Edius training video website
                  unfortunately there are no further information published.
                  The tool is a bonus of the EDIUS Training DVD and not mentioned on the cover or webside.
                  I'm using it frequently and it works perfect for me.

                  1. export the marker list as a CSV.file
                  2. open Encore projekt
                  3. start Encore Chapter Converter and load csv.file

                  thats it ....

                  Eric
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                  Last edited by Eric; 07-24-2015, 09:25 AM.
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                  • #10
                    Thanks for your follow up Eric. I will contact Gavin Lucas and see if there is a way to have the marker tool separated on its own for purchase.

                    Looks a lot better than the subtitle approach imho.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Bassman View Post
                      Thanks for your follow up Eric. I will contact Gavin Lucas and see if there is a way to have the marker tool separated on its own for purchase.

                      Looks a lot better than the subtitle approach imho.
                      Hi Bassman can you inform me about the marker tool Of Gavin Lucas?
                      thank you.

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                      • #12
                        Sure. If I learn anything I will post it in the lounge.
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